Almost Nothing Neutral Space Brighton
This body of work takes as its departure point the public space of a library. The division of space is explored in these works that integrate both real and representational space, exposing a temporal shift across the explicit componant materials of metal and photographic image. The procedure of observing through photography, of making an incursion into space, parallels the act of remembering, through its dependence on selection and oblivion. These works are linked to the functions of memory and relate to an act of recognition so returning to the viewer, the suggestion of latent narratives revealed through the image.
Almost Nothing 6 May – 30 June 2006 Neutral Space Brighton